Bah!

I went to my writer’s group meetup and everyone cancelled. The host tried to email me, but I was on the road. Bah. Was my first chapter *that* bad? She didn’t send me back into the snow and gave me her feedback, which was handy and kind.

If you write and haven’t checked out Scrivener yet, do so! It’s a marvelous little program. Includes a very generous site license- all the computers in your household can have their own copy. Good for organizing all the research, notes, and graphics for term papers and professional work, too. And, no, I am not being …

Nifty writing links

I’ve stumbled on a few websites recently that have provided a ton of interesting and useful writing information. The first is Forensics4Fiction This blog was created to provide information about forensics to crime writers and readers alike. It’s as neat as it sounds. They have an archive on historic and future forensics that I’m going …

In accordance with prophesy

The photo session with Francis Zera of Zeraphoto.com went really well.  I was nervous; I don’t like having my photo taken.  The pictures at the start weren’t wonderful, but by the end I relaxed and it showed.  I came away with a bunch I really liked. This weekend writerly husband and I ditched the dogs …

Headshot!

The charming and talented Frances Zera of Zera Photography is going to take some photographs of me for my website and marketing portfolio.  Tomorrow.  I now need to get my hair cut and scurry around in a panic to find just the right outfit.  Operation She-cleans-up-ok-for-a-geek begins now. In moving news, I have now heard …